Embraer Delivers 11 Commercial & 21 Executive Jets in 2Q22
Embraer E195-E2 - Source: Embraer
On Monday, July 25, Embraer announced that it delivered 32 aircraft in the second quarter of 2022, 11 commercial and 21 executive jets, totalling 46 aircraft deliveries (17 commercial and 29 executive aircraft) in the first half of 2022. Also, according to the Brazilian aircraft manufacturer, the backlog and firm orders of $17.8 billion, the highest level since 2Q18 and the highest level in four years, driven by new aircraft sales and services.
During 2Q22, Sky High from the Dominican Republic took delivery of two first-generation Embraer E190 jets to its fleet covered by the Pool program.
SkyHigh Embraer ERJ-190LR (P4-KCI) - Jan Severijns - AirTeamImages.com
Also, according to Embraer, In June, Embraer signed a firm order to convert up to 10 E-Jets into passenger to freight (P2F) aircraft with an “undisclosed” customer. The aircraft will come from this customer's fleet of E-Jets, with deliveries starting in 2024. This is the first firm contract for the conversion of E-Jets, and the second agreement for this type of operation. In another contract, announced Deliveries by Segment 2Q22 2022 Commercial Aviation 11 17 E175 8 12 E195-E2 3 5 Executive Aviation 21 29 Phenom 100 2 3 Phenom 300 10 15 Light Jets 12 18 Praetor 500 5 5 Praetor 600 4 6 Midsize Jets 9 11 TOTAL 32 46 in May, Embraer and Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) agreed up on to 10 conversion positions for the E190F/E195F jets.
During the Farnborough Airshow, Embraer Commercial Aviation announced the sale of 20 E195-E2 jets to Canada's Porter Airlines, which will be included in the firm order backlog for the third quarter of 2022. Embraer also announced a firm order from Alaska Air Group for eight additional E175 jets, which are already included in the 2Q22 backlog, and 13 purchase rights.
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